Things in Angel Grove seem rather normal, though there’s still plenty happening with the Power Ranger teens, and their parents. Trini’s mom thinks she’s crushing on someone at school, Billy’s dad buys a car for them to fix up together, and Jason is helping his dad deal with his illness. On the villain side, Rita’s cooking up something new and serious. Oh, and a few of her minions seem a bit discontent.
What’s fun about Go Go Power Rangers is that readers get the superhero action and some good slice of life stories. Ryan Parrott is doing a great job with the comic, capturing what makes theses kids likeable and the campy aspects of the show. Given how this issue ended, it looks like something pretty wild is about to happen.